Creating Responsive Pages with CSS FlexBox
Flexboxes make creating web page layouts quicker, easier, and offer greater flexibility than rows and columns. This course will teach you how to get started with Flexboxes using nothing but CSS.
What you'll learn
Creating flexible web page layouts could take complex CSS floats and media queries or require using into third party frameworks that use rows and columns, that then add a lot of extra code to your website. In this course, Creating Responsive Pages with CSS Flexbox, you’ll learn to create responsive webpages using CSS flexboxes. First, you’ll explore the basic concept of the CSS flexbox. Next, you’ll discover how to quickly layout content with the Flexbox using the axis. Then, you'll learn to get your content to be responsive with Flexbox. Finally, you’ll be presented options you can use to scale and align elements within the Flexbox container. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of using CSS flexboxes needed to create responsive web pages.
Table of contents
- Module Introduction 0m
- Creating the Container 5m
- Adjusting the Flex Direction 3m
- Wrapping Content to the Next Line 4m
- Spacing Content along the Main Axis with Justify 7m
- Aligning Items along the Cross Axis 3m
- Adjusting the Content along the Cross Axis 3m
- Nesting Containers within Containers 7m
- Module Conclusion 1m